An alien species of mammal is threatening the ecosystem of the region's waters, it has been warned.
The number of Broads visitors finding themselves in troubled waters reached a 10-year high in the past 12 months - a report has revealed.
The Broads Authority is on the hunt for its second new chairman in the space of a year, following the deselection of its current one.
A charity's calls for a total ban on pavement parking has been met with a mixed reaction from people in the county.
For most councillors, it is easy for them to make it known when they are speaking for themselves and when they are speaking on behalf of a parish.
The Broads Authority (BA) has agreed to take on a new responsibility as part of its relationship with the country's National Parks.
The leaders of all of Norfolk's major councils have hit out at the Broads Authority in a scathing letter to the government.
A village pub dating back to the 1700s looks set to be converted into houses, with council officers recommending the scheme go ahead.
Tennis courts, an outdoor swimming pool and a restaurant have been included in ambitious multi-million pound development plans for a Norfolk lakeside resort.
The only elected members of the Broads Authority could be cast adrift as bosses look to trim the size of its board - in what has been described as "democracy in reverse".
An overhaul of the way national parks are governed could create a range of opportunities for the Broads, its chief executive has said.
Thousands of boat-users will face rising toll charges for the second year in a row as they look to make the most of region's enviable Broads National Park.
A new policy making it easier for the Broads Authority to dismiss "unreasonable complaints" has not been designed to distance the authority from its critics - bosses say.
A former hospital is to be placed under the hammer, after plans to dispose of it through a government housing scheme collapsed.
A long-awaited third crossing in Lowestoft will be a welcome addition and could even boost tourism for the Broads National Park.
Mandatory carbon monoxide alarms on boats would be a life-saving initiative, according to the head of safety at the Broads Authority.
One of the gateways to the region's most popular landmarks is to be placed in the hands of those who look after them.
High-flying flags of St George, a possible big screen for the final and even a pledge to name new roads after players.
A large block of flats - including two luxury penthouses - could be built among one of Lowestoft's historic scores.
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